With the films „Boy“ and „5 Rooms Kitchen coffin“ was director Taika Waititi critics and viewers convince. His new comedy combines Hollywood star Sam Neill and acting newcomer Julian Dennison on an absurd adventure through the New Zealand wilderness. Problemkind of Ricky (Dennison) has already passed through numerous foster families, but after a tragic accident, he fled with the Outlaw Hec (Neill) before the authorities in the bush, where the unlikely pair must learn suddenly, each to take responsibility. celebrated at this year's Sundance Film Festival in the US Salt Lake City „Hunt For The Wilderpeople“ Premiere, in New Zealand it is running on 31. March 2016 in theaters and in the US&A wird die Komödie über einen VOD-Dienst veröffentlicht. An official launch in our latitudes is so far not yet made…
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